John Deere intros first ADTs in Performance Tiering portfolio

By Jenny LescohierJanuary 31, 2023

Choose from two different trim levels, as well as add a variety of optional packages including those for enhanced operator comfort, cold weather conditions, debris management and maintenance and service capabilities

John Deere’s Performance Tiering Strategy has expanded to include two articulated dump trucks. New to the P-Tier portfolio, the 410 and 460 ADTs retain the same fuel efficiency, dump body and drive modes as the previous E-II models, but with a greater emphasis on operator ease and comfort. 

“The P-Tier models were built with the operator in mind to support ease of use and operator comfort,” states Justin Steger, solutions marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry.

“Redesigning the layout of the components in the cab and grouping features together and packaging them in a meaningful way based on the application are a couple of examples of how we’re incorporating customer feedback and delivering further improvements.”

Helping to provide more customization, customers can choose from two different trim levels, as well as add a variety of optional packages including those for enhanced operator comfort, cold weather conditions, debris management and maintenance and service capabilities.

The first trim package option offers familiar features such as a black exhaust stack, manually adjusted rear view mirrors and temperature controls, a standard seat and radio, a 15-amp converter and halogen vehicle lights.

Providing elevated creature comforts and controls, the second trim package offers a chrome exhaust stack, power adjusted rear view mirrors, a premium seat and radio, a 25-amp converter, automatic temperature control in the operator’s station and LED vehicle lights.

Standard on the P-Tier ADTs, a variety of owner and operator settings are designed to ease operation and increase job site safety. These onboard features, such as rollover protection, downhill dump protection, frame protection, hill hold, shuttle shifting and descent control, help eliminate some of the operator inputs, enabling simplified operation.

Additional machine benefits from the machine’s dump body limits, standard transmission warm-up cycle, and max speed limits, help to keep the operator and machine safer and up and running for longer.

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